Photo: Courtesy Steidl.

Photo: Courtesy Steidl.

Maja Hoffmann 


LUMA Foundation founder Maja Hoffmann is one of the art world’s most prolific and versatile impresarios: in addition to heading up the nonprofit, she’s a Tate trustee, a major collector, the president of Kunsthalle Zürich, and she sits on the boards of the Palais de Tokyo, the New Museum, and CSS Bard. This year, she was a sponsor, through LUMA, of “What Could Happen,” a project by architect François Roche and Pierre Huyghe that took a select crowd to a lake on a vintage train, as well as the Philippe Parreno installation at the Park Avenue Armory. She’s also releasing a book in July, This Is The House That Jack Built (Steidl), featuring photos of her contemporary art collection.



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